Webinar: “Psychiatric Misdiagnoses in EDS: When is Anxiety not Anxiety?”

 

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TOPIC: “Psychiatric Misdiagnoses in EDS: When is Anxiety not Anxiety?”

PRESENTER: Alan Pocinki, MD, FACP

Sponsored by Ehlers-Danlos Hoofbeat Run Walk-N-Roll and www.bodysupportstore.com 

 

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About our speaker: Alan Pocinki, MD, FACP

– Dr. Pocinki has been active in the Ehlers-Danlos community for many years.

–  He recently served on an international panel of experts to develop consensus statements on the evaluation and management of autonomic dysfunction and fatigue in EDS, and authored a chapter on sleep disorders in The Dysautonomia Project, which was published last fall.

– He is a Clinical Assocate Professor at George Washington University Medical Center, and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians.

– Dr. Pocinki received his MD from the Cornell University Medical College and completed his internship and residency at Washington Hospital Center.

– His patients have voted him one of the “Top Primary Care Doctors in Washington” in a leading consumer magazine, and his peers have similarly voted him one of Washingtonian magazine’s “Top Doctors.”

Click here for a presentation that Dr. Pocinki previously conducted for our educational series

Click here to read an article by Dr. Pocinki 

Click here for the book – “The Dysautonomia Project: Understanding Autonomic Nervous System Disorders for Physicians and Patients

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